Pizza Balls

"This is a great recipe to try. I make it from time to time just to have the flavor of pizza without the crust. I believe you will find theses to be good also."
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  • Preheat oven to 400'.
  • Lightly grease a large cookie sheet.
  • In a large bowl mix all the ingredients and mix well.
  • Roll into balls and place on cookie sheet a inch apart.
  • Bake 20 minutes or until browned and no longer pinkish color.
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  1. Peacefulone
    These were certainly delicious! I sauteed the onions and peppers, heated up the sausage and added the sauce. It looked like no way there was enough sauce so I added more. I should have followed the recipe however, because when I added the bisquick and cheese it was too wet. Had to add more bisquick. LOL! Silly girl. No worries however I served these to a crowd and everyone loved them even if they did resemble fat cookies instead of balls.
  2. Terri Newell
    We found these to be quite good, and simple to make. I used recipe #178446 for the meat. I made balls a little smaller than golf-ball size, and they baked in twenty minutes.
  3. Vina7737
    I must have done something very wrong, as mine didn't turn out at all. They came out very mushy even though I made very small balls and baked for the entire twenty minutes. They also flattened out more than the other bisquick sausage balls I've made. The only thing I can think of is that the pizza sauce was not supposed to go into the mixture and was to be a dip instead? I'll have to try that instead, because I really want this to work....the flavors sound terrific.
  4. SAMS_Club
    Very good, mine were a little dry, I'd maybe make some extra sauce for dipping next time. I made these for a playdate and to my surprise, the kids wouldn't touch 'em. More for me I guess! Thanks.
  5. bailey46
    I made these yesterday and they are very good, hard to stop eating so I froze some! I did cook the sausage 1st and glad I did as I got alot of fat out and I only had havarti cheese but they were very yummy, next time I might make them in a muffin tray. Thanks for the recipe, I'll be making these again.

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